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| Downloads | 02/10/2014 10:59am

Records of London and Middlesex, reader case studies and more

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Map out your forebears’ lives today!

| General, New issue, Subscribe, The Magazine, Uncategorized | 02/10/2014 10:14am

Follow in the footsteps of your family using a range of records and documents, and discover more about what their lives were really like

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TheGenealogist adds 1.3 million WWI casualty records

| New Records, News, Uncategorized | 18/09/2014 14:46pm

Latest collection has completed list of records for wounded WWI servicemen from the British and Commonwealth forces

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Book review: Waterloo by Bernard Cornwell

| Blogs, bookclub, Uncategorized, Your opinion | 17/09/2014 10:49am

Our reader gives his thoughts on the historical novelist’s first work of non-fiction

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Free resources for Celtic issue

| Downloads, Meet the team, The Magazine, Uncategorized | 04/09/2014 14:12pm

Find Catholics, ancestors in Co Durham and much more

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Find your Celtic roots today

| Downloads, New issue, The Magazine | 02/09/2014 09:00am

The complete guide to finding family in Wales, Scotland and Ireland, plus EXCLUSIVE FREE CENSUS RECORDS FOR EVERY READER

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“WDYTYA? made genealogy cool. Sort of.”

| Blogs, Team blog | 08/08/2014 11:57am

As the TV show celebrates its tenth birthday, the BBC gets nostalgic with a 100th ‘greatest hits’ episode

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Trace female ancestors

| New issue, News, Subscribe, The Magazine, Uncategorized | 06/08/2014 09:10am

How to find the trickier half of your tree and much more

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Guest blog: Who was ‘Yankee’ Jack?

| Blogs | 04/08/2014 14:19pm

My great-grandfather’s story – which has a family tree interest far beyond his amazing WWI adventure…

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Free resources for YFT 146

| New issue, Online resources, Subscribe, The Magazine | 01/08/2014 15:20pm

Find family on the Isle of Wight, genealogical aids and more

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